DETROIT – Scattered storms with heavy downpours (but no severe weather) will end this evening, and things should quiet down considerably overnight.
Lows in the low 60s. West wind becoming northeast at 5 to 10 mph (the northeast wind could bring in some fog).
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A southward moving cold front should clear most of the area by dawn but if the front slows up a bit -- as some computer models suggest -- then areas south of 8 Mile Road could keep a scattered shower chance into the first part of Wednesday morning.
Clouds and fog will dominate the early morning hours, then sunshine will start building in from north to south. Highs in the mid 70s, and you'll notice lower humidity by afternoon as well. Northeast wind at 8 to 13 mph.
Then expect mostly sunny skies from Thursday through Sunday, and humidity should remain mostly at very comfortable levels, too! Highs slowly rising from the mid 70s on Thursday and Friday, into the upper 70s on Saturday, then into the low 80s on Sunday. Overnight lows should be in the 50s all four days -- great sleeping weather!
Our next chance for rain is Monday and Tuesday.